Motorbike and bicycle mechanics
Turn your love of motorcycles into a rewarding career or start an exciting career traveling around the world as part of the road crew for a top bicyclist.
Study motorbikes and bicycle mechanics
Whether you want to work on motorbikes or bicycles we have a practical, industry-relevant course to get you there. Turn your love of motorbikes into a rewarding career or start an exciting career traveling around the world as part of the road crew for a top cyclist.
The popularity of cycling and motorcycling has boomed in recent years with commuters choosing bikes over other forms of transport, and individuals taking up cycling and motorbike riding as leisure activities. As a result, the bike retail and repair industry has performed strongly with demand for qualified service and repair technicians strong.
TAFE Queensland offers entry-level courses in bicycle mechanical technology, bicycle workshop operations, and motorcycle mechanical technology. With on-campus and apprenticeship study options available we can help you launch a your career in the bike retail, service and repair industry.
- Bicycle assembler
- Bicycle mechanic
- Bicycle repair technician
- Bicycle serviceperson
- Race team mechanic
- Motorcycle mechanic
- Motorcycle repair technician
Motorbike and bicycle mechanics courses
Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation
Prepare for your career in the light and heavy automotive and marine industries with this entry-level course. This qualification will give you the basic skills and knowledge needed to pursue an automotive or marine mechanical apprenticeship.
- Vehicle Service Assistant
- Automotive Apprentice
- Marine Service Assistant
- Marine Mechanical Apprentice
Information for apprentices
Learn hands on with the same equipment and tools used in industry by combining working for your employer with pracitcal training from TAFE Queensland. You'll graduate with a nationally-recognised qualification and be ready to kick start your career.
Information for employers
Apprenticeships and traineeships are a smart way to recruit and train employees to meet the needs of your business. No matter what industry you're in, hiring an apprentice or trainee provides your business with real benefits and contributes to your bottom line.
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